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Refusal to stop feeding feral cats could land man in jail
An Arizona man could face possible jail time for a charge relating to his refusal to stop feeding feral cats, authorities said.
15 minutes ago
ABC
Refusal to stop feeding feral cats could land man in jail
Coronavirus Live Updates: China Now Has More Cases Than It Had of SARS
Chinese officials confirmed over 6,000 cases of the mysterious illness as foreign governments airlifted their citizens out of Wuhan, the outbreak's epicenter.
18 minutes ago
NY Times
Coronavirus Live Updates: China Now Has More Cases Than It Had of SARS
Watch: The question key GOP senators asked Trump's team
Republican Senators Susan Collins, Mitt Romney and Lisa Murkowski collectively asked Trump's impeachment defense team a question during his trial before the Senate.
20 minutes ago
CNN
Watch: The question key GOP senators asked Trump's team
Dershowitz: Trump's lawyer argues quid pro quos aimed at reelection are not impeachable
A member of President Donald Trump's legal team argued on the Senate floor Wednesday that a politician trying to win reelection is acting in the national interest, and therefore a quid pro quo aimed at boosting reelection chances cannot be impeachable.
24 minutes ago
CNN
Dershowitz: Trump's lawyer argues quid pro quos aimed at reelection are not impeachable
For the E.U., Brexit Is a Major Defeat for the Idea of Europe
The loss of such a rich, sizable, powerful member state will weaken the European Union's momentum and its diplomatic weight.
1 hour ago
NY Times
For the E.U., Brexit Is a Major Defeat for the Idea of Europe
White House may have little chance of blocking Bolton testimony
Analysis: Courts often decline to get involved in executive privilege fights, considering the disputes to be political, not legal.
1 hour ago
NBC
White House may have little chance of blocking Bolton testimony
Top Democrat reveals private call with Bolton that contradicts Trump claims
Rep. Engel said the president is wrong that the ex-national security adviser "didn't say anything about the Trump-Ukraine scandal at the time the President fired him. He said something to me."
1 hour ago
NBC
Top Democrat reveals private call with Bolton that contradicts Trump claims
FBI arrests Filipino church leaders in immigrant trafficking scam
Three heads of a Filipino church were arrested by the FBI for allegedly forcing its members to come to the U.S. to collect money for themselves.
1 hour ago
ABC
FBI arrests Filipino church leaders in immigrant trafficking scam
White House seeks to block publication of Bolton's book, demands classified info be removed first
The former national security does not believe that his manuscript contains any sensitive material.
1 hour ago
NBC
White House seeks to block publication of Bolton's book, demands classified info be removed first
The trial: Senators ask questions with an eye toward witness vote
Senators finally get their chance to participate in President Donald Trump's impeachment trial after a week of waiting by asking questions Wednesday – a phase both sides are hoping can sway their undecided colleagues on the question of witnesses.
1 hour ago
CNN
The trial: Senators ask questions with an eye toward witness vote
What You Need to Know About Trump's Middle East Plan
The proposal, three years in the making, favored Israeli priorities and was conceived without Palestinian input. Here are the main points and some of the most contested elements.
2 hours ago
NY Times
What You Need to Know About Trump's Middle East Plan
Georgia Rep. Doug Collins Announces U.S. Senate Run
The move by the GOP congressman, which sets up a challenge to a sitting Republican senator, Kelly Loeffler, was blasted by the National Republican Senatorial Committee as selfish.
2 hours ago
npr
Georgia Rep. Doug Collins Announces U.S. Senate Run
NJ man who admitted smuggling turtles ordered to pay $350K
A New Jersey man has been sentenced to two years of probation and ordered to pay $350,000 after he pleaded guilty to smuggling more than 1,000 box turtles that were illegally collected in Oklahoma
2 hours ago
ABC
NJ man who admitted smuggling turtles ordered to pay $350K
Face Masks: What Doctors Say About Their Role In Containing Coronavirus
Can a mask really keep you from catching the virus? To answer that, it helps to clarify which kinds of masks we're talking about.
2 hours ago
npr
Face Masks: What Doctors Say About Their Role In Containing Coronavirus
Researchers Are Racing to Make a Coronavirus Vaccine. Will It Help?
New technology and better coordination have sped up development. But a coronavirus vaccine is still months " and most likely years " away.
3 hours ago
NY Times
Researchers Are Racing to Make a Coronavirus Vaccine. Will It Help?
Pentagon Now Says 50 Troops " Not 34 " Suffered Brain Injuries In Iran Strike
In updating its tally, defense officials noted that most of the injured service members have been treated and returned to Iraq. The statement, once more, contradicts President Trump's initial remarks.
3 hours ago
npr
Pentagon Now Says 50 Troops " Not 34 " Suffered Brain Injuries In Iran Strike
TikTok-inspired boys charged for allegedly scorching outlets in school
The boys, ages 15 and 16, are charged with attempting to burn a public building.
3 hours ago
ABC
TikTok-inspired boys charged for allegedly scorching outlets in school
Teen accuses strip club chain of human trafficking, sex abuse: Lawsuit
A teenage girl filed a lawsuit Wednesday against Scores accusing the nationwide strip club chain of sexual abuse and human trafficking.
3 hours ago
ABC
Teen accuses strip club chain of human trafficking, sex abuse: Lawsuit
Racing against a deadly blueprint: Scientists push for vaccine as coronavirus spreads
Researchers are hoping to produce a vaccine ready for clinical trials in mere months, significantly trimming down a process that can take up to a decade.
3 hours ago
NBC
Racing against a deadly blueprint: Scientists push for vaccine as coronavirus spreads
Trump rages at Bolton, says former adviser would have caused 'World War Six'
The president's latest attack on his ex-national security adviser comes as the Senate is weighing calling him as a witness.
4 hours ago
NBC
Trump rages at Bolton, says former adviser would have caused 'World War Six'
U.S. Elections 2020: Understanding What's At Stake For Health Care
With the Iowa caucuses and first primaries just weeks away, many voters say they're still confused about how presidential candidates differ on health care. Here's a guide to key issues and terms.
4 hours ago
npr
U.S. Elections 2020: Understanding What's At Stake For Health Care
Coronavirus: Americans Evacuated From Wuhan Will Remain At U.S. Air Base For 3 Days
"These people are not under federal quarantine orders," Dr. Chris Braden of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says.
5 hours ago
npr
Coronavirus: Americans Evacuated From Wuhan Will Remain At U.S. Air Base For 3 Days
Space Traffic Is Surging, And Critics Worry There Could Be A Crash
As private companies race into orbit, some experts in satellite operations say there isn't enough public infrastructure to keep all the satellites safe.
5 hours ago
npr
Space Traffic Is Surging, And Critics Worry There Could Be A Crash
A Deal That Has Two Elections, Rather Than Mideast Peace, as Its Focus
The Israeli-Palestinian peace plan unveiled by President Trump and Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu sounds more like a road map for their own futures than for the Middle East.
6 hours ago
NY Times
A Deal That Has Two Elections, Rather Than Mideast Peace, as Its Focus
Rudy Giuliani: John Bolton is a backstabber
President Trump's personal lawyer Rudy Giuliani called former national security adviser John Bolton a "backstabber" during an interview with "CBS This Morning."
6 hours ago
CNN
Rudy Giuliani: John Bolton is a backstabber
US chartered flight from China's coronavirus zone rerouted to March Air Reserve Base
The U.S. government's chartered flight evacuating American consulate staffers and private U.S. citizens from the coronavirus epicenter of Wuhan, China, has been rerouted.
8 hours ago
ABC
US chartered flight from China's coronavirus zone rerouted to March Air Reserve Base
Chief Justice: John Roberts takes center stage
Since the Senate impeachment trial began last week, Chief Justice John Roberts has been mainly out of the camera's line of sight. He has, clerk-like, enforced Senate procedures and kept the clock for the lawyers at the lectern. He has tried to maintain the chamber's decorum, as when he admonished the ...
8 hours ago
CNN
Chief Justice: John Roberts takes center stage
Watch live: Senate impeachment trial of President Trump
Watch live coverage as Chief Justice John Roberts presides over the U.S. Senate's impeachment trial of President Donald Trump. The two articles of impeachment charge Trump with abuse of power and obstruction of Congress.
9 hours ago
NBC
Watch live: Senate impeachment trial of President Trump
How Do Bats Live With So Many Viruses?
They are considered the probable source of the coronavirus outbreak spreading from China. It turns out that they may have an immune system that lets them coexist with many disease-causing viruses.
9 hours ago
NY Times
How Do Bats Live With So Many Viruses?
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